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"" A" n , "..'' A_ __ S_ FO _R CASH! -4301K-I- NEXT THIRTY DAYS.... il.* 30X E ARE BOUND to raise money and in order todoso wehave hav ecided to sell for the 1NEXT THIRTY DAYS our large stock of General Merchandise at COST Sfor . CASnt. Our stock comprises Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Furniture, Boots, Shoes, Iats, Gents' F and, in ct, everything to be foun i a first-class General Merchandise Store. --........................................... . ............................. ... ........ W . J . T A Y L _ _ _ __AT'lll DOTS.· · W. J. T A Y LO R &8 SON. , . .g I . . . , - *,* nn .. -a- m - - -·-m Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, ti L GOODS, 91 UGS. -h to. 'm ext rty-ve Days. Days I will offer you some rare se to reduce my stock. Com co .. - ' .I, Nov. .4th, 1889.l it sio and m tsnd Iola MC . ofa Wh( C loni will God a pih am deter.pre to &cdlie COtkc i, wime i iin---4,!aLE I·en- s~lv1s ~ L -~--·· ----- ~-~-.---- -----·-,-_. ~ sa w P ;$Nmsto HI 1 .Y XES1'ILLE D1T)1S. IToo latoufor last wertk.] - Fe: eral changes have been made in our village t~eently. Mir. J. L. Taylor, jr., rlas moved to his new residence Uaif a mile from town north, and Mr. Tom Taylor has moved into the house former ly occupied by J. C. Taylor. Mr. John Henry has moved into the house Iformerly occupied by Prof. Glibon. Mlr. Joe Gray has mov ed from his former residence on Homer street, to the old Sales homestead on East Main street. 5M1r. John T. Smith has moved to lisnew residence one mile east of town and near the Baptist church. 1 Rev. llary W. Ways, of the M. E. church, now occupies the par sonage. Re-. Cox, of the Protestant Metthodist church occupies the house for&ierlyj occupied by Post Master Ilenry. t Dr. Day Ihas deu ined moving to flarnesville. The Haiynesville fligh School resumed exercises last week, the r; iti last.. LI Miss Webb has charge of the V music class of the High School. d She comes well recommended and 1 will loubtless have a good class. in Miss Nora Collier has been W quite sick for several daysi, but is of imlproving. Mr. R. A. N. Winn f is also sick. is Neally all the farmers in this ti section of country halve lost more or less meat in consequence t the warm weather and impmuie condition of the atmosphere. Last Monday was pretty cool br and we slaughtered our pigs and iu we are now eating sausage, and ch chittlings are nearly ripe. yoQ Yesterday our people voted on Dr ihe 'lal option' qtesfion and Na it made us feel sad to see men It bent and tottering with age and ore wbose locks are IleAsooming the gravy, voting for license; d sadder still to see -young melni upon whom the butden andre- i spxnsibility of government will ICr soon rest, and whose duty itis g and whose pleasure and pride it and sbould be to promote .the moral For and soejal i"tetf sts of our peo'ae, voting for license. But saddest of all, was to see middleaged mwie , who have Iamiligs of lovely 4l' loving children-little boys !.bo will soon verge into manhood- little boys who think that wh. ever papa does and says is rim to see these nen, vettng for liceneu seems madness, almost cruelt, .It is inviting tempitadaon to tlibiie prbcibi' ttr ureVb' and charg eso whicih ,qd, has giivem us and bid thi dtt bn u Niid 3. ttio(ptation. Of course all these men Ihave - their excises' for voting as they weal do, buts they are:too thin to satis- ada fy themselves, much less their atmc God. ' But snch i life. of te -- bust Pifmnles,- boila and other hu-ti morts, are liable to appear when the blood gets heated. Tbebest sana tad i tIr .J I1 :?c4aT,'s Sar. Sold .a.p.ril. Sold 4il.ol ___ (mob ~'8 4I~i~7 51~~sI ·..n~P _.awIe Z~?B I ~~a A Chelrial Face. Next to the sunlight of Heaven adc is the cheerful tfee. There is no a j. mistaking it-the bright eye, the t his unclouded brow, the sunny smile, I Lom all tell of that whloh dwells with- I for in. Who has not felt its electriiy- ter. ing influence? Oneglance at this I Mr. face lifts us out of the mists and the shadows into the beautiful realms si rof. of hope. One cheerful face in the d ov household will keep everything on warm and light withii. It may hi les be a very plain face, but there is it ,et. something in it we feel, yet cannot to express; and its cherry smi!e ni of sends the blood dancing through cl. the veins for very joy. ui iM. Ah, there is a world of magic i- n the plain, cheerful face, and we at would not exchange it for all the ye soulless beauty that over graced to he the fairest form on earth. It may lbe a very little face, but somehow Je this cherry face ever'shines, and and the shining is so bright the an shadows cannot remain, and si gri lently they creep away into dark oL1 acorners. It may bsa wrinkled a-( lhe tace, jut it is all the dearer for 13B that., anl none the less cheerful nit ie We linger near it and gaze ten- do '1. derly upon it, and say: 'God do; Id bless this dear, happy face! We must keep it with ns as long is a f n we can; flr home will lose much is of its brightness whej l tis sweet n :hce is gone." And even after it my is gone, how the remembrance of s the cheerful face softens our way. owi Is one which is guaranteed to 1 bring you satisfactory results, or ing l in case of failure'-.r.urn of rpur- v i chase price. On this sate plan' a di you can buy from our. advertised quit Druggists a bottle of Dr. King's ` 1 New Discovery for. Consumption. gash It is guaranteed to bribagrelief in bloc every case, when used for' any A4qti n, of TThrgot Lunas or li ." feld Ieyi Cqp simption, Ifm otio;pofLungs, $fonchi tis, Asthma, Whooping. Cough, Crbup, etc..etc. It Is pleasant and un agreeable to taste, peafectly safe, and,can always be depended bpon. Forsaleby all Druggist. T lie Was SRpeflaus. Rhet pod i STratmp-Madarir, will yonu give all S Ile somethinqg to eat cu're' triant-,Wio the. el' stop t is comintge J bpe a nalygiven Prics tm Pha ndue d9$Jjo ctramps by Jg Stmporauringa thelestr. ,.1 D- Pakit.e. etItdnm . Ch Elalrls w tI wille tlins Jyet raugo. earily. 'iind hungrily d(1, onward bqfre It wfl, make the cnry, thlirteeth.-Boston HIeIald. g.nai - Disease lie, in amluh for the Thi weak; a feeble constitution is ill reduc adapted to encounter a inalarious lprice atmosphere and sadden changes $. a of temperature, and lele ast ro- inatte bust are usually the easiest vic- any a tiims. Dr. J. HI. McLean's Sar sapartlla will give tone, vitality Mat and strength to the entire bodf* a feel Soldby' Gilt they l Is h) It Will be Ever Tius. et A citizen of llarlem who wa% no aplroaching the railroad depot, he followed by a dog, halted and Ic, picked up a stone and flung it at ii- the canine with the exclamation: y- "You good-or nolhing cur, but is I'd like to knock your head off!"' d Just then a man came down a Os side street, followed by a second I lie dog, and halted to say: ig "I've got another just such cur s iy here. lie isn't worth his weight p is in soap grease." n At "I'll poison mine this very ,a e night!" II "And I'm going to throw mine ii under the locomoti ve." b ic "Say.," said the second man, a e after a momlent's thought, "call N e your cur up here and let's got 'em i d to ilghting." a y Good idea. Here, Jep-Jep-- e iv Jepi! Come here, doggie!" 61 rI Th, dog cautiously approached, aI e and as the two ammals began cr growling and walking around each at k other a sudden "Stuboy !" brought th a climax, and they began fighting. se I Both men laughed, but it wasn't a in minute before the first man, whose dog was undcerneath, kicked the i dog on top en "Hold on, now. Give my .dog tn4 a fair show !" shouted the other. 1o "lie's the biggest!" I a "No, he ain't! Don't you' kick my dog again!" "I'm a good mind to kick his owner!" "I'd like to see you try it!" esl "I can do it!" fr "Youtre a liarP!" ec And with that they began whal- ne" ing away at each other with great c(n vigor, ending after tire minutes in Cof a draw. Meanwhile thoe dogs had be quit and disappeared. a g "I allow no one to kick my dog!" try, gasped one, as he wiped at his star bloody nose. no "And no living man can call mef f a liar!" growled the other, as hlie nma held his black eye. * bu "I'll see you again !" Ovel S"And I'll see you!"-New York the Sun. ban ____ _1__ Ties - Buckle's Arnica Salve. wall strii The best Salie in the world for pear dits, Binis"s, bores, Ulcers, 8isat har Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap- Bile edl Hands, Chilblains, Corns, anil all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay requi'cd. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money rel'undcd. W Price 25 cents per box. For sale that by Joe Shelten. Dr. s81ll Chenthalm's Chill Tonic con. 1ill stins neither Quinlne, Cinchoni- Ele 31, Arsenie, Stryc!uhnine or Mer :nry, and does not pro(ldtce buz- an ting in ears or deatress. Cure or th saaranteed.sai to gu The New Orleanis Picayune has we a 'educedt the yearly subscription )rice of ts Weekly from $1.50 to chas _. a year. It is a sixteen-page do n aper Illied with the best reading remec nattqr. Sampre copy sent free to popu ny address. For s Many people habitnally endure Sic feeling of lassitude, because many ie think they have to. If they plaini oaid take )r. J. H. McLean's ed by arqparfila, tlhis feeling of wea ri- H. I ess 9d gy~l place t0 vig or Pillt sd Vitah.f ,,ld by GUi. ,G. Gil A Dream Worth Having. wa% A remarkable recovery from epot, paralysis is reported in St. Louis, and and physicians are deeply interest t at ed in it. Jacob Zabrinskie, who on: directed the building of the La but cledeGasliglht company's works, ff!" and who was in the employ of the n a Manhattan Gas company in New Onnd York, as superintendent of their i works for twenty-two years, has cur suddenly recovered the use of a I ight paralyzed leg and arm. lie is now 60 years of age. Six years e rery :igo, while in Paterson, N. J., he e was stricken with paralysis and t nine incap:eitated for wo-k. Mr. Zn- e brinskie said today: "A few d iln, weeks agno was feeling as usual. n call My left leg was wholly without I 'em feeling. During the night I had tI a peculiar dream-that I recover- p P- ed the use of my leg, and I had- c: for when I awakenet I got up, ci led, and found I could walk without, p ;an crutches. I pinched my leg and te :tcil and found feeling in it. Since er ght then there has been a prickly hi ng. sensation there, and I am improv- re 't i ing all the time."-Exchange. at ose the For restoring the color, thick- di entig the growth, and beautifying Its log the hair, and for preventing bald- teo noss, IIall's lanr renewer is un. to surpassed. !oi ekov Growing Walking Sticks. m; Walking sticks are to a great extent imported into England from abroad. The number receiv ed from other countries reaches .l- nearly 5.000,000 annually, with a yet at combined value of $25,000 or so.; 5I in Commoner sticks, as those of wI td beech, ash thorn and hazel, are-to glv a great extent grown inthis coun wra ,, try. In Gloucestrshire, for in- tall is stance, many acres are deroted to no other purpose than the raising six 1e of wood for the walking stick fni 1e market. A hteculiar branch of this a - business is the importation of overgrown cabbage stalks from k the Channel Islands, where cab bages are regularly trained with a la view to being transformed into S walking sticks by a process of a s stripping off each lest as it ap- scol r pears, and finally drying and Shardening the stems.-London Tit neg Bits. fing Sbott Merit Wins. as n . We desire to say to our citizens, r that for years we have been selling t Dr. King'JNew Discovery for Con- a sulmption Di. King's I~ew Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and tive Electric Bitters, and have never N handled remedles that sell as well, om or that have given such universal hI satisfaction. We do not hesitate me to guarantee thliem every time, and Sold we stand ready to refund the pur chase price, it satisfactory results Or do not follow their use. These te L remedies have won their great at i popularity purely on their merits. move For sale by all Druggists. tonis Sick headache is the bane of many lives. This annoying com- oun plaint may be cored and preventl- freer ed by the occational use of Dr. J*by. t H. McLean's Lver and Kidney sapat Pillsts' (little pils).. Sold by G. .G. Gill. The Greeley and Davis. rom The death "of Jefferson Davis mis, recalls an incident whi':h by the est- laps of time is becoming histori who cal. When the government failed La after imprisonment and useless rks, ddlay, to bring the Southern tlhe chieft:ilu to trial lfr treason, Mr. iew Greeley wont to Richmond, and ielr in open court signed his bond. has An effort was then made to'expel f a him from the Union League clu,, is and he wrote to the Presidcnti "'I ars shall not attend your meeting thils he evening. * I do not recogd Inl nice you as capable of judging or Za- even apprehending me. You evi. Pew dently regard me as a weak sentti al. mentalist, misled by a maudlin aut philosophy. * * * Your at tad tempt to base a great enduring er- party on the heat and wrath nec I- essarily engendered by a bloody up, civil war, is as though you should ut plant a colony on an iceburg. I nd tell you here that out ot a life ce earnestly devoted to the good of ly human kind, yout*childreu will x- rocollect my going to Richmond and signing the bail bond as the wisest act, and will feel thlat it k- did more for freedom and human ig ity than all of you were compe d- tent to do, though you had lived n- to the age -of Methuselah. So long as any man was :seeking to overthrow our government, be was my enemy; from the hodt in which he laid down his arms, he t was my formerly erring country man."--'rrell Star. Asthma can't be curdd! Oh! P yes it can. Dr. Davis' Compound 'ý Syrup of Wild Cherry.as Tar will do it. I know it because it 0 give me relief. Every winter I was troubled with asthma, espec ially if the weather was damp, u suffering severely. I took about six bottles of Davis' Wild Cherry and Tar and am completely cured. It is the remedy for Asthma. Chas. Heines. 5001 Chippewa street,'New Or leans, La. Dr. Davis' Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry and Tar is a sure and speedy cure for coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and con sumption, and gives immediate re lief in cases of croup and whoop ingcough. Tay it. One dollar bottles hold two and a half times as much as a 50c bottle. If you feel unable to do your work, and have that tired feeling. take Dr. J. II. lMcLean's Sarsapa r'illa; it will makevyou bright, ac tive and vigorous. Sold by Gill. No liniment is in better repute or more widely knTown than Dr. J. Ii. McLeans Volcanic Oil Linl ment. It is a woridurlul remedy. Sold by Gill. One of Dr. J. II. MeLean's Lit tle Liver and Kidney Pilletd, taken at night before going to bed, will move the bowels; the effect will as tonish you. Sold by Joe Shelton. Persons advanced in years feel younger and stronger, as well as freer irom the inllirmities of age, by taking Dr J.II. MIcLean's Sar saparill. Sold by Gill. -- --Gn -- -r1 Tbe GUaIJlAi 191 $1 00 a year.